Ohio Governor Kasich: today is not ‘do or die’

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DELAWARE  COUNTY, OH - For Ohio Governor John Kasich,  his home state is considered a must win for his presidential campaign.

Kasich is counting heavily on Ohio to give him is first win in the campaign as he goes up against Donald Trump and the other Republican candidates in the presidential race. The latest polls showed that the race is a tight one for Ohio's winner-take-all primary.

Fox 8's Kevin Freeman talked with the Governor in Delaware County as the day began. The governor claims that today is not a do-or-die day for his campaign and is optimistic about his home state chances for a win.

When asked about his opponent Donald Trump, Kasich was adamant about winning Ohio and taking the race to the convention where "they'll pick an adult."

In a separate comment on another type of race, the Governor also said that we've "got to get a win by the Cavs this year," and that if elected president, he might strongly consider an executive order making the Browns Super Bowl champions.

 

Listen to the interview in the video box, above.

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